Key West, Florida – USA
November 29 to December 2, 2012
The Key West Film Festival (KWFF) showcases independent films that exhibit excellence in storytelling and capture that alluring essence of Key West: creativity, diversity, sustainability, and breathtaking beauty. The festival promises a relaxed, welcoming setting in which filmmakers will find ample opportunities to network with industry talents while dreaming up their next projects.
KWFF is proud to launch its inaugural celebration of film at Tropic Cinema and at the historic San Carlos Institute, the home of Cuban independence. All festival venues are within easy walking distance of one another, and all are just a few steps away from legendary Duval Street, offering dozens of galleries, attractions, and watering holes.
The festival is accepting narrative and documentary feature film entries from Florida and around the world. KWFF’s program will also include stimulating panels and workshops with film professionals that complement the festival’s dynamic slate of films.
August 31, 2012 – Late Deadline
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Key West has a formidable history of inspiring some of America’s greatest creative thinkers, including Ernest Hemingway who wrote For Whom the Bell Tolls, Death in the Afternoon, and several other classics in the warmth of Key West, and Tennessee Williams, who lived in the region for several years.
For the chance to trace the footsteps of some of the greatest American storytellers while enjoying a welcoming festival experience, submit your film to the Key West Film Festival today!